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Research, replication, and reality: incorporating evidence-based practice into the operational realities of training
This one-hour webinar will focus on the incorporation and interpretation of theory into practice in law enforcement training curriculum and classroom presentation. A three-prong strategy will be implemented:
 Instructor research and development
o Active open-mindedness
o Divergent to convergent thinking processes
o Sample and confirmation bias
o Resource platforms for instructor research and study
o The importance of replication in science
o Responsibility to sustain current information within the craft and science
 Acumen and academic citation
o The volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity of contemporary policing’s nexus to policy, reform, and professional standards
o Empirical foundations and anecdotal experiences
o Competence, confidence, and operational realities
o Content, context, nuance, and specificity
o APA citations reason and utility
 Storytelling and case study
o Marriage of the empirical into the anecdotal
o Illustration, emotional connection, and practical applications of storytelling to substantiate scientific theory
o Tailoring the student message
o Instructor case study development
o The importance of student discussion and instructor facilitation
Enabling Objectives
1.) The instructor will be able to articulate the nexus between empirical study and anecdotal experience in the context of contemporary law enforcement training
2.) The instructor will demonstrate the ability to search google scholar and other platforms to retrieve specific content and vet for validity and replication
3.) The instructor will understand the importance of illustration by example through connecting class material with matching narratives for understanding and credibility.


Terminal Objective
The instructor will be able to ensure their subject matter is evidence-based, current, and steeped in the operational realities of law enforcement.

Sep 23, 2022 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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